>> how much was promised in that opening statement. she didn't. >> it's her legal right not to. make no mistake about that. she has a constitutional right not to testify. but in opening statements, the defense made so many promises, based, i think, only on casey anthony's story. they said that casey anthony acted the way she did for 31 days, didn't report her daughter's death or disappearance because her father sexually abused her. the defense said that casey did not murder her daughter, she died this accidental drowning death, who is going to provide evidence? only casey anthony. because they promised the jury these huge promises and now they've broken those promises, to the jury, that makes me think that this jury, perhaps, may hold that against the defendant, the defense, i mean there are a lot of holes in this defense theory. >> vinny, if you were only a casual observer of this trial, it becomes very confusing as to who is testifying for whom. yesterday we were all sort of expecting that casey anthony might take the stand.